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Last Updated: Sunday, 25 June 2006, 14:34 GMT 15:34 UK
'Rendition' protests at airports
Demonstrations against "rendition" flights landing in Scotland have been staged at Scottish airports.

A recent Council of Europe inquiry said CIA flights carrying terror suspects used the Prestwick airport to stop off on route to secret detention camps.

Previous reports have suggested other Scottish airports have been used.

Police said about six campaigners joined a protest at Glasgow Airport. Demonstrators said that 30 people staged a protest at Edinburgh Airport.




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